Paul Bridgman

Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
cell biology, motility,
"Paul Bridgman"
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Turney SG, Ahmed M, Chandrasekar I, et al. (2015) Nerve growth factor stimulates axon outgrowth through negative regulation of growth cone actomyosin restraint of microtubule advance. Molecular Biology of the Cell
Xie J, Liu W, MacEwan MR, et al. (2014) Neurite outgrowth on electrospun nanofibers with uniaxial alignment: the effects of fiber density, surface coating, and supporting substrate. Acs Nano. 8: 1878-85
Chandrasekar I, Goeckeler ZM, Turney SG, et al. (2014) Nonmuscle myosin II is a critical regulator of clathrin-mediated endocytosis. Traffic (Copenhagen, Denmark). 15: 418-32
Bridgman PC. (2014) Myosin Transport and Neuronal Function Reference Module in Biomedical Research
Chandrasekar I, Huettner JE, Turney SG, et al. (2013) Myosin II regulates activity dependent compensatory endocytosis at central synapses. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 16131-45
Bridgman PC. (2009) Myosin motor proteins in the cell biology of axons and other neuronal compartments. Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation. 48: 91-105
Brown JA, Bridgman PC. (2009) Disruption of the cytoskeleton during Semaphorin 3A induced growth cone collapse correlates with differences in actin organization and associated binding proteins. Developmental Neurobiology. 69: 633-46
Kollins KM, Hu J, Bridgman PC, et al. (2009) Myosin-II negatively regulates minor process extension and the temporal development of neuronal polarity. Developmental Neurobiology. 69: 279-98
Brown JA, Wysolmerski RB, Bridgman PC. (2009) Dorsal root ganglion neurons react to semaphorin 3A application through a biphasic response that requires multiple myosin II isoforms. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 20: 1167-79
Goeckeler ZM, Bridgman PC, Wysolmerski RB. (2008) Nonmuscle myosin II is responsible for maintaining endothelial cell basal tone and stress fiber integrity. American Journal of Physiology. Cell Physiology. 295: C994-1006
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